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Buffer Cache

Buffer Cache

Now that we’ve seen how file systems work, we turn to several optimizations that help make it fast, since most storage devices tend to be slow. We’ll first discuss some software optimizations and then turn to hardware. If you’re first reaction is, let’s use a cache, then you’re on the right track. Indeed most operating […]

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Building my dream computer – Part 1

Building my dream computer – Part 1

When I first got my Commodore VIC-20 at the age of 6, all I had was the computer. I turned it on and stared at the blinking cursor. Curious what I could do with it, I looked through the user manual and started to type in some of the example BASIC programs. Within a matter […]

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Installing Linux Mint on a Mac – Part 1 – Krazy Ken’s Tech Misadventures

Installing Linux Mint on a Mac – Part 1 – Krazy Ken’s Tech Misadventures

– [Krazy Ken] Like, Chicago is not down there! Like, this was like Atlanta. Warning, this will destroy all data! Yeah. (laughs) I seriously have no freakin’ idea what to do here. Fun times, except they’re not. (electronic beeping) (keyboard typing) (energetic electronic music) Hey guys, how you all doin’? Really? That’s great. You know […]

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LGR – Shadow Warrior – DOS PC Game Review

[LGR Theme] [fizz, sip] Aahhh! Kung fu movies are pretty much awesome. First-person shooters are awesome. 3D Realms… is awesome. Why not mix all of that into one delightfully over-the-top game? Do that and you’ll get something a lot like Shadow Warrior, on of the three games made by 3D Realms which uses the Build […]

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Context for Global Memory System – Georgia Tech – Advanced Operating Systems

Typically, the virtual address space of a process running on a processor, let’s say your desktop, your PC, your laptop, and so on, is much larger than the physical memory that is allocated for a particular process. So the role of the virtual memory manager in the operating system is to give the illusion to […]

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Storage Spaces Direct in Windows Server 2016

Storage Spaces Direct in Windows Server 2016

hi I’m cosmos Darwin I’m a program manager on the high availability and storage team at Microsoft let’s take a look at storage spaces direct one of the exciting new features coming in Windows Server 2016 space is direct is software-defined shared-nothing storage that’s a mouthful so let’s look at a demo to see what […]

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Ice Cream Sundae Mac And Cheese Taste Test

Ice Cream Sundae Mac And Cheese Taste Test

(rooster crows) (roaring) – Welcome to Good Mythical More, season 16. – What’s the word? This is when we hear a random word and we assume its definition. – Lemme hear it. – Inspissate. – What? – Inspissate. Inspissate. – Inspissate. – Inspissate. – That’s when you’re, you really gotta go but you hold it […]

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Why Apple needs iPad apps on the Mac

Why Apple needs iPad apps on the Mac

(ethereal music) – Apple’s annual developer conference is next week, and if you’ve been watching my videos, you know that I have a unhealthy obsession with the future of computers. That’s why this year is such a big deal for me, because Apple’s expected to do two things that just hit me just right in […]

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Mac Mini Restoration – Mac OS X Snow Leopard and Windows XP – Krazy Ken’s Tech Misadventures

– Oh, hello old progress bar, old friend. It has been a long time since I’ve seen you. How have you been? How are the kids? We’ll just say Chicago. Oh I just blacked out the whole planet, did I blow up the power grid again? (beeping) (keyboard clattering) (logo charging up) (upbeat music) Hey […]

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What’s new with Windows IoT in 2019

>>In this new episode of The Internet of Things show, we have Adi from the Windows 10 IoT team that is coming to tell us a bit about what Windows 10 IoT is about and also what’s coming in 2019 for you guys. In order to learn more about the product also try it out […]

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